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road.jpg Montreal's Outgames deep in the red. $3.5 million owed to the city of Montreal.

Jenniferhudsonroad.jpg Jennifer Hudson glams it up in Dreamgirls.

road.jpg Arizona recently became the first state to vote down a bigoted amendment banning gay marriage. Pam over at Pam's House Blend has a demographic breakdown of how the voting went. According to exit polls, moderates, college grads, white men, white women, voters earning over $50K, younger voters, and city dwellers voted against it. Hispanics were split. And the majority of blacks, seniors, conservative Republicans, folks in rural areas voted for it.

road.jpg Six airlines — Air France, Continental, Delta, Emirates, KLM and United to allow passengers to charge iPods in flight and watch iPod content on seat back displays.

road.jpg Drag queen stalking Michael Jackson: "This person is plaguing his life and has sent some seriously dodgy letters. They are from a man who works as a drag queen in the seedy Kings Cross area of Sydney, Australia. The content is eerie to say the least and this person is seemingly obsessed with Michael."

road.jpg Page Six hears that Tom Ford told execs at Estee Lauder that he wanted his new Black Orchid fragrance to smell like a man's crotch...

road.jpg domain name sells for $500K.

road.jpg Study: Protein found in milk may hinder HIV.

Ozzyroad.jpg Ozzy from Survivor: Cook Islands has a porn (straight porn, that is...) past. OMG Blog has the NSFW goods.

road.jpg It's not a nice day for a wax wedding. After complaints from Brad Pitt, Madame Tussaud's has decided to hold off on holding a wedding for its wax figures of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. Said Pitt's publicist: "I personally found it a little odd that they were re-creating a wedding that never really happened. As Brad's representative, I found it disturbing." Besides, Pitt has said, "Angie and I will consider tying the knot when everyone else in the country who wants to be married is legally able."

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  1. who the hell wants a man's crotch to smell like orchids?

    Posted by: PSMike | Nov 14, 2006 1:10:10 PM

  2. Re: the Arizona amendment.

    Could someone who followed the different amendments recently voted on please provide some additional information? I heard that the Arizona amendment was the only one which also prevented the formation of civle unions. Is that true? If so, it's likely significant.

    Posted by: KJ | Nov 14, 2006 1:25:25 PM

  3. Tom Ford is creeping me out. If i want to smell a guys crotch I'll go to the source. I don't need Tom to bottle it for me. Thanks Tom

    Posted by: Kenneth | Nov 14, 2006 1:40:12 PM

  4. The VA and SC amendments likely will prevent civil unions and will likely have negative impacts on straight, unmarried couples as well as gays. AZ was certainly not the only one with that issue.

    Posted by: sam | Nov 14, 2006 2:04:33 PM

  5. If Tom Ford wants to do some research he can start sniffing my crotch.

    Otherwise I'll just wait with eager anticipation for the return of Jennifer Hudson.

    Posted by: Dan B | Nov 14, 2006 2:05:20 PM

  6. KJ...I believe the difference between the Arizona marriage amendment and those of the other states is the Arizona amendment was worded in such a way that it would prevent the formation of domestic partnerships for gay AND straight couples. Analysts have speculated that this duality of discrimination is the reason why the Arizona amendment failed. In other words, it had little to do with support for the gay community and everything to do with the Arizona straights saying 'Hey! It's not fair to take away MY right for domestic partnerships.'

    As for the prevention of civil unions and domestic partnerships in other states, there are definitely other states that voted to disallow marriage and civil unions for same sex couples. One such state is Colorado. The difference is that the voters in Colorado voted to ban gay marriage in one proposition on the ballot and then voted to ban civil unions and the legal protection of civil unions in a totally different proposition on the ballot.

    You can find out more at

    Posted by: peterparker | Nov 14, 2006 2:05:21 PM

  7. I know Georgia banned both ss marriage and civil unions. Not sure about the others.

    Posted by: Je | Nov 14, 2006 2:23:11 PM

  8. Ozzy in a porn? YUCK! Give me some Brad or J.P.!

    Posted by: Wayne | Nov 14, 2006 2:36:44 PM

  9. Ozzi has da best pits evah!

    Posted by: Jeff | Nov 14, 2006 3:01:30 PM

  10. I'll watch Ozzy fact, I downloaded the vid so I can watch it tonight!

    Posted by: peterparker | Nov 14, 2006 4:12:45 PM

  11. I wonder how many sentences that guy starts with 'As Brad's representative' every day.

    'As Brad's representative, yes I will Super-Size it.'

    Posted by: Rottin' in Denmark | Nov 14, 2006 4:13:47 PM

  12. Thanks, Spiderman!

    Posted by: KJ | Nov 14, 2006 4:26:48 PM

  13. hey peterparker where can i find the ozzy video to download.....i love ozzy

    Posted by: biatchhh | Nov 14, 2006 5:22:36 PM

  14. Ozzy is Brad is hot! :D

    Posted by: yoyo | Nov 14, 2006 5:25:59 PM

  15. Outgames managed to lose more money than the last five Gay Games combined. I find it amazing that the Outgames organizers refuse to take qany responsibilty to this loss.

    Posted by: Mark | Nov 14, 2006 5:56:11 PM

  16. I love how the article places blame for the OutGames debt on the Gay Games "spoilers."

    That's rich!

    Posted by: Marc | Nov 14, 2006 6:41:04 PM

  17. I'm surprised the Quebec government and the city of Montreal would roll out that much money for us gays and our games...
    then again, it's Canada.

    Good luck paying it back though!

    Posted by: Jon | Nov 14, 2006 9:10:37 PM

  18. Say what you want about Ozzy but he's sure swingin a low hanger!

    Posted by: Will | Nov 15, 2006 5:10:16 AM

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